Who says that creating a luxurious looking bathroom has to cost you an arm and a leg? We believe that everyone deserves a beautiful home, even when you're on a budget. To prove it, here's how to give your bathing space a lavish revamp using products under £100.

From left to right: Coral Mirror Cabinet - £39.00, Essentials Drum Shower Kit - £59.08 Ivo Toilet, Soft-Close Seat & Cistern -£79.14, Coral Under Basin Cabinet - £68 Essentials Nero Sink Taps - £30.46, Essentials Straight Ladder Rail - £50.85

  • Focus on statement furniture

Less is definitely more when it comes to giving your bathroom the 5 Star treatment. After all, it's rare that you see high-end bathrooms looking overcrowded, so focus on a few show-stopping pieces rather than cluttering your bathroom with tons of furniture.

But what sort of furniture should you focus on? Concentrate on the parts of your bathroom that get the most limelight. Used numerous times daily, the sink area is a great place to start.

This classic-inspired basin cabinet allows you to kill two birds with one stone. Featuring delicate, ocean-inspired fretwork, it provides serious eye candy whilst doubling up as handy storage to keep elegance's enemy - clutter - out of sight. Pair this with the matching mirrored cabinet to create a seamless look.

  • Pay less attention to the toilet

As the biggest practical necessity we'll ever use, a toilet is never going to be the thing that wows your guests. Which is why it’s better to buy a bog standard toilet and invest the money elsewhere. So long as the surroundings look sumptuous, you needn’t worry about what the toilet looks like. A plain white toilet will do the job nicely.

  • Use luxurious looking fixtures

If you're going to do anything to give your bathroom a luxurious lift, replace the fixtures and fittings. Updating the little things such as the taps, showerhead and radiator will breathe life into your interior, without draining your finances.

  • Half tile, half paint

In addition to saving you a small fortune, using part tiling, part paint in the bathroom is very on trend at the moment. This alluring decor style will add warmth, texture and character to your space. In terms of paint, go for an eloquent shade of grey or light pink to make white furniture pop, without causing a stir.

For more bathroom ideas, check out our article Get The Look: Cool and Collected Grey and White Bathroom.